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Atmospheric or Aerial Perspective
a Renaissance technique gives a sense of distance. The further from the viewer the object was placed, the hazier and grayer it became. (due to dust particles and water vapor)
A Northern Renaissance technique of giving a spiritual meaning to ordinary objects in the painting, so these detail can carry the spiritual message
V- shaped grooves are cut into a metal plate with a tool balled a burin. The ink is then rubbed into the grooves, the surface of the plate is wiped then printed unto wet paper, which picks up the image
an acid bath eats into the exposed parts of a plate where the where the artist has drawn through the acid resistant coating
is related to printmaking-engraving, etching, lithography, serigraphy and woodcut. All these images can produce multiple copies
a technique which made it possible to represent three dimensional objects on a flat surface in a systematic way, so that all the lines receding at right angles on the picture plane converge at a vanishing point on the horizon
paint pigments mixed in a viscous, slow-drying oil medium which dries by oxidation and blends easily. It can be used as a glaze or a heavy impasto
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